Mophie Juice Pack battery case now available for the Samsung Galaxy S4

August 27, 2013
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If you’re struggling to get a full day of use out of the Samsung Galaxy S4, Mophie may be able to help you solve the problem with the recently released Mophie Juice Pack for the Galaxy S4.

Mophie has released similar Juice Packs for the Samsung Galaxy S3 and HTC One as well and is well known for its high-quality extended battery cases. In addition to the 2,300 mAh backup battery to support the 2,600 mAh battery of the Samsung Galaxy S4, the Juice Pack offers the added benefit of doubling as a protective case.

The Mophie Juice Pack promises to boost the battery life of the Samsung Galaxy S4 by up to 80%, which adds 13 hours of talk time, 6 hours of browsing, 35 hours of audio playback, and 7 hours of video playback. Another great feature of this case is that you can charge both your smartphone battery as well as the case battery with the single microUSB cable provided. Of course, the case allows access to all ports, speakers, and controls, and includes a four LED indicator which shows the status of the backup battery.

Granted, getting your hands on the Mophie Juice Pack is going set you back $99.95, but it’s definitely worth it if you’re looking for a stylish case, and you don’t want to carry extra batteries or chargers around. The case is available in both black and white options to complement your version of the Samsung Galaxy S4. You can take a look at a video of the battery case here -

You can find out more about about the Mophie Juice Pack for the Samsung Galaxy S4 and even order it online here.

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Comments

  • Mohd Danial

    Will it come to Singapore, If so , which shop sells this product?

  • mydroidhaswood

    This is a joke, right?

    You’re better off getting a tough case and an extra Anker battery which will stay in a pocket/bag. A quick swap during a break and you’re ready to continue with your day. The morphie looks huge and is ridiculously priced. Some would argue it’s more convenient, but how inconvenient is it really to carry a spare battery (S4 battery is tiny) in a small trouser pocket or bag where it’s out of the way?

  • LordCupcake

    Rather just carry a spare battery if I had the Galaxy S4. This is overly bulky.